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New Website for United Way of Effingham County has Launched

posted: January 23rd, 2017

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Row 1 L to R: Lindsay Wagner, Ann Beckman, Deana Nuxoll, Linda Hemmen, Peggy Valenti

Row 2 L to R: Katie Keck, Tyson Reed, Kelsey Goeckner, Ross Richardson

Visitors can enjoy a better user experience as well as new resources at

Imagine This Marketing Group, a full service advertising agency in Effingham, Ill., has recently launched the new website for United Way of Effingham County. You can explore the new website at

The new website provides a quicker, more efficient platform for visitors to learn more about the mission of United Way of Effingham County. The site also provides extensive insight into the progress of the annual campaign along with donor and donation updates.

“We are so excited about the new website,” said Linda Hemmen, Chief Professional Officer of United Way of Effingham County. “The new design and functionality makes the experience much easier for our visitors, especially when it comes to tracking our yearly progress, as well as learning more about what it is that we and our local partner agencies do for our community.”

Simplified site navigation and a condensed menu make it quick and intuitive for visitors to find exactly what they are looking for.

Other website features include:

“Our agency has worked closely with Linda and Ann of United Way of Effingham County to bring an updated website to their organization,” said Deana Nuxoll, President of Imagine This Marketing Group. “The intention of the revamped site is to assist in not only raising awareness of the mission of United Way of Effingham County, but also making the campaign and donation process more seamless.”

For more than 56 years, United Way of Effingham County has brought people and resources together to meet the changing needs of Effingham County residents. United Way of Effingham County, along with the assistance of its committed volunteers, identifies local challenges and meets their needs through partnerships with 23 health and human service agencies. For more information please visit or give them a call at 217-342-3824.